$24M in property seized from crime suspect

Feb. 8, 2013 at 10:26 AM

BOLOGNA, Italy, Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Italian police said Friday they seized property worth $24.1 million in the city of Bologna from a man believed to be a member of the Camorra crime syndicate.

The confiscations from Paolo Landolfo included 48 properties, four cars, 22 bank accounts and two insurance policies, ANSA reported.

Landolfo, who lives in Modena, is believed by authorities to be a key member of the Casalesi clan within Camorra.

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